The death sentence In some countries unthinkable, in others a way of life but everywhere it?s the source of heated debate.
The debate usual centres around the final nature of the death sentence; around the fact that once someone is executed there's no turning back and no amount of money can make up for the death of a person executed for a crime they didn't commit.
On this Saturday's Reality Check, Hal Rock is in conversation with Peter Pringle and Sonia Jacobs two people, an Irish man and an American woman, who spent 16 and 17 years respectively in prison for crimes they didn't commit. A lot of that time on death row. What was it like knowing you could be executed at any time? What effect does such an experience have on your family? How do you go about re-building your life and relationships once the nightmare is over? And how does such an experience change you?
Sonia Jacobs and Peter Pringle: their story will move you and their strength of character will astonish you.
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